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,;.?). iBVKBX. WKD N il 3 DA? MOB NIKO.
M JULIAN A. SELBY,
> BD1TOS AMO FEOFBIKT?B.
Dffloe OH Main Street, above Taylor.
I cv Book and Job Printing of every descrip?
tion prdmptly and faithfully at^onded to.
. ADV! nTISKMENTS
Innoited in the Daily at 75 conte per squaro
ttir.the first and 60 conte eaoh subs?quent in
oortion. Long advertisements by tho wooli,
.nonth or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six months, *4 00; Tri-Wookly, 2 SC;
f} nokly, 1 50. ' .
PRAYER OF A DISTRACTED PEOPLE.
Mr. Groesbeck, in his great Bpeech at
Steubenville, Ohio, uttered the follow?
ing invocation for national blessings,
which may well serve as a form of pruyer
for the people of tho United ?tates:
; "I plead for tho preservation of this
Union ns n limited Government. I plead
for tho.State aa our homo government.
I plead far the accustomed freedom of
our elections, dod that they may not be
spoiled by military supervision, t plead
for tho sanctity nud inviolability of that
great writ Which alone secures'oar .daily
personal liberty. Tho ..way fis"} ended,
and wo ; have entered th&.Bftyenjth year
of peace. . I: plead for,the Spirit of'peace
and;Cpbfi^ nil our
?Dj^p'condii?t.V The h?nd^?utstrotoJied
friendly Salutation is a better peaco
iker than the shut baud uplifted to
/?tritio'.". r,- .
WM rikgro, named Jacob Bradley, bru
.tajlyI murdered a planter, Mr. Harmon
'Nibliblel'iu Clarke County, Alabama, on
tho 18th inst. Tho murderer was after?
wards heard boasting of the affair, -when
a cousin of the deceased, named Frauk
Payne, shot him dead.
. Many adorn the tombs of thoso whom
living they persecuted with envy.
. , TIJ E BU FjrjTUIi B SALSftpp?OXTW.^The
Maoo.n telegraph is quito iuconsed ut tho
villes' o? cotton..,f uturca reported in tho
New York marketa by telegraph. That
paper says.: j
. The* palee, of "futures," so-called, so
carefully reported, of late .in our de?
spatches, are the merest shams and un?
worthy of notice or report. If thoras
cals poly lost the difference between
their bid und the actual price of cotton,
there would bo some consolation; but I
they risk only a trifling margin, if they
risk anything at all. We believe it is
nothing moro than a game, mainly sup?
ported by manufacturers, to "hear" tho
cotton market, and just now every influ?
ence is hard and deeply at work in the
business. A margin of seven cents pro?
fit on a pound of cotton for half or
three-fourths of the crop is u big thing
-worth any amount of effort.
- Pius IX, it is said, while thankful for
the many offers of a homo teudered to
him in various parts of the world, ex?
presses his intention to die in Homo,
whore, he nay:?, his successors in tho Pon?
tiff's chair for thousands of yours will
niau breathe their last. He nud all the
dignitaries of the church believe that the
hcud of the Catholic Church should re?
main in Homo, unless compelled by vio?
lence to leave it. ,
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
. IS onco more open to tho public, under
[thu superintendence bf Mr. lt. BARKY.
Tho reputation of tho houuo will bo kept
_ ' August 31
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
THIS well-known establishment is in full
blast, and keeps up itu reputation fur the
boat of every thing in tho lino of WET GOODS.
They carry out tho motto of "Good articles
or nono." FAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
' August 31 PronrietorH.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strengt h ?ud improves
their health._Mareil ll
BUSHELS ohoico RED SEED WHEAT,
f r salo by E. HOPE.
Good Slews for Columbia!
THE eubecribore, having looated peimanently in thia city, log to inform the public that
ho hae oponed a fine and ?elect ?tock of
Onr motto ie "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS," and wo guarantee Biitisfaction to
all who may favor ua with their patronage. Givo UB a call beforo purchaaiug elaewhore.
S. STRAUS & BRO.,
Columbia Hotel building.
Sept 8 Imo
2 5 p,o po rn
In Real Estate and United States Gold Bonds
Wilt po'aitlvely.bo diatributed by RAFFLE on tho 22d of November, 1871, in public, in tho
city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M., by
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, BENEFIT FREE SCHOOL FUND,
Chartered by theXegialalnro of South Carolina atits last Beaaion, and approved March 8,1871.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE!
THE BAFFLE will poaitively tako placo on WEDNEBDAY, tho 22d day of November, 1871,
in public, in the city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock'A. M.
All the Property, real and pomonal, mentioned below muet bo Distributed in the Award,
and a valid deed of oaoh piece of Roal Eatato, freo from all incumbrancea, given. The Per?
sonal Property and United States Oold Bonds will bo delivered immediately after tho Rallie.
Each and every Certificat o bas Thrcu separate and distinct Numbers in figures, and thb
words of each figuro written thoroon, aha aro all combined with each other from Nos: lib
78 promiscuously. AU the Certificates of Shares issued by the Company, with their numbers,
are registered in their booka.
SCHEDULE OF AWARDS.
That Certificate of Share having on it the lat, 2d and Sd numbers obtained on tho -4
Baffle will be entitled to tho award of that first claas Three-Story Warehouse, situ-* ' .
ate on Meeting street, No. 147, Charleston, S. C., (opposite tho Charleston Hotel,)
being 38 feet front by about 240 deop, freo from ab inounibrances, and valued at.. (35,000
That Certificate of Share having on it the 4th, 5th and Cth numbers obtained on tho
Baffle will be entitled to the award of that first cl ay 8 Three-Story Warehouse, No.
. 145 Sleeting street, Charleston, S. C., free from all incumbrancea, valned at-v $30,000
That Certificate of Share having on it tho 7th, 8th and Otb numbers obtained on tho
' Raffle will be entitled to tho award ot that first class Three-Story Warehouse, No.
143 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C., free from all incumbrancea, valued at. 127,500
That Certif?calo of Share having on it the 10th, 11th and 12th numbers obtained on
the Raffle will be entitled to the award of that Three-Story Warehouse, No. 141
Meeting ?treot, Charleston, B. C., freo from all inoumbrances, valned at. $25,000
The above Four Warehouses aro opposite the Churloston Hotel, and are tho most valuablo
property in Charleston.
That Certifioato of Share having on it the 2d, 3d and 4th nnmbcrs obtained on tho
Baffle will be entitled to an award of that Ano pieco of property, situate on Broad
street, Charleston, B.C., and known aa the "Manaiou House," fruo from all incum
branpos, valued at.$20,000
. That Certificate of Share having on it the 3d, 4th and 5th numbera obtained on tho
Baffle will be entitled to an award of that fine Two-Btoiy Dwelling, situate on
Gadsden and and Lumber streets, Columbia, 8. C .with all the out-buildinga and
. improvements, with -bout half an acre of ground thereto, valued at.$10,000
That Certificate of Share having eu it the 5th, Cth and 7th numbera obtained on tho
Raffle will bo entitled to an award of that fino Cotton Plantation, containing
about-1,800 aerea, one-third cleared, and heavily timbered, situate] in County of
Darlington, on Great Pee Dee River, free from incumbrancea, valned at. $10,000
That Certif?calo,of Share having on it Cth, 7th and 8th numbera obtained on tho Rafllo
will be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of valuo or.. $3,000
That Certificate of h liare having on it 8th, Otb and 10th numbera obtained on the Rafllo
will be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of valuo of.. $2,000
That Certificate of Share having on it the 0th, lOtli and 11th numbers obtained on tho
Raffle will be entitled to an award nf United Slates Quid Bond* of ibo value of_$1,000
Those Forty Certificates or Shares having on them following numbera obtained on Raffle:
2d Sd 6th 2d 4th Cth 4th 5th 7th 5th Cth 0th Cth 7th (12tb 9th 10th 12th
2d 3d 7th 2d 4th 7th 4th 5th 8th 5th Cth 10th 7th 8th 10t)n 1st 3d 4th
2d 3d 8th 3d 4th 8th 4th 5th 0(h 5th Otb 11th 7th 8th lilli lat 4th 5th
2d 3d 0th 3d 4th 0th 4th 5th 10th 5th Cth 42th 7th' 8th 12th' lat 5th Cth
2d 8d 10th 8d 4tb 10th 4th 5ih llih G(h 7th 9th 8th 9th 11th Ul (Uh 7th
2d 3d 11th 3d 4th 11th 4th 5th 12th Oth 7th 10th 8th 9lh 12lh lat 7th 8th
2d 3d 12th 3d 4th 12th 5th Cth 8th Otb 7th nth 1
, Will bo each on titled to an award in United fc latea Gold Bonds of tho value of.. $500
Tboso Forty Certificates or Shares having on them following numbers obtained on rafllo:
1st 8th 0th I 2d 0th 10th 3d 11th 12th Cth 8th 9th 7lh 0th Kith
1st 0th 10th 2d 10th 11th Ith Olli 7th 5th 9th 10th 7th 10th -nth
1st 10th lltb 2d llt.h 12 h 4lh 7th 8th Cth 10th 11th 7th 11th 12th
lot ilth 12th M 5th Cth 4th 8th 9th 5lh 11th 12th 8th 10th 11th
2d 4th 6th 3d Gtb 7th 4th 9th 10th Cth 8th 9th fith 11th 12th
2d 5th Cth 3d 7th 8th 4th 10th 11th Cth ?th J Ol h Otb 11th 12th
2d Cth 7th 3d 8th 9th 4th 11th 12th Cth 10th 11th lat 3d 5th
2d 7th 8th 3d 9th. 10th 5th 7th 8th Cth 11th 12th lat 3d Cth
Will be each entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds of '(he'value of. $250
All/the other Certificates of Shares having on them any three nnmbersobtained on tho
Rafllo, and not designated as any of tho above Certificates are, will, each bo enti?
tled to'an award of United Kt aten Bomb) of tho value of. . $50
Awards will bo mado only to such Cert ?tienten of Shares as have three nnmbcrs on them,
BO obtained on tho Rafllo.
To suoh as desire to tako Sh aron in thin great Rafllo and distribution nf real and personal
property, tho Dire-tors will afford every facility and satisfaction, and perfect faim eas ?will bo
exercised throughout, and many persons may trace their futuro prospecta in buaiucse and
station in society to a fortunate snare heroin.
Orders, with tho money for Certificates, may be tent by Express, or Registered Letters, or
Poet Offlco Orders, at thc mk of tho Association. Persons Bonding ordern will bo particular
to give their names, places of residenco, County and Ktnto, which will bo entered in tho hooks
of tho Company, and immediately inion tho Rafllo taking place tho official raffled numbers
will be forwarded to each correspond en t.
Tho Baffle will positively take place on tho day named, and every award of tho property and
Oold Bonds must be made to tho holders of the Certificates.
Address all orders to LEVIN, Agent, Columbia, S. c.
Char les ton O haritable Assaci a t i o n
. Incorporated by Act of Assembly, ISTO-^l, arid approved March 8, 1871.
tn . ' ;-- '
F I II 8 T G K A N D
SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE!
' 'AMD DI ST HI ll UTK) N OF
400 Awards in United States Gold Bonds, New Issue,
FOH THE BEN EH IT OF TUE EUEE HO HOOL' FUND,
>Vr?L TAKE PLACE ON
TI1VR8DAY, UCTOBEIl 1?, 1871,
At NO. 147 Meeting Street, Charleston,' S. C., ot 1 O'Clock F. M., in Fublie.
Full Certificate Shares, ffi?; Halves, $2.00; Quarters, $1.20.
Ten Thousand KT umbers Only!
FOUR I1DNDRED AWARDS of United Statca Gold Bonds (nevviaenc) to bo distributed
immediately upon tbo Raille taking place.
BCI1HDULE OK AWA?US.
One Award af SlO.OOO In Golil lloniU. In.SK),ooo
Ono Award of $2,500 in Gold Bonde, ia.2,500
Ono Award of 2,000 in Gold Bouda, ia. 2.000
Ono Award of 1,000 in Gold Bond?, iu. 1,000
Ono Award of 5?I0 in Gold Bonde, ia. 500
Ono Award of GOO in (Sold Bouda, ia. SOO
Ono Award of 500 in Gold Bouda, in.,. 500
Ono Award of 2C? in Gold Bonds, ia.,. 250
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Bouda, ia. 230
Ono Award of 250 in (?old Bonds, i.-. 250
One Award of 250 in (Jobi Ronda, is.... . 250
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Bouda, ia. ?200
One Award oi 200 iu Gold Bouda, ia. 200
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Bond*, ia. 200
Ono Award of 201) in Gold Bouda, ia..'. 200
l?'ivo Awarda of 100 in Gold Boinia, are. 500
Ten AwardB of CO in Gold Bonds, uro. 500
Twenty Awarda of one-half each of ono $50 Gold Doini, arc. 500
Fifty Awarda of one fi ft lt each of ono $100 Gold Boiid, tue. 1,000
Ono Hundred Awards of one-tenth cadi of ono $100 Gold Pond, ?ire. 1,000
Two Hundred Awarda of one-twentieth each of ono $100 Gold Bond, aro. 1,000
400 Awards to be Distributed in Gold Bonds, in conformity to Law,
i'.x jil a li nt Ion of lite Oikl rlllllt toll.
Numbera from 1 to 10,COO, (Gio tamo numb* rn lx.ii g on the Cert i Ilea tc H.) are pi int ?don
ueparute alina of paper, uhieb BIO each I'tieiieh-d in lillie*, mid nu-ail plated in n Glass
Ruffle Cylinder, 'ilie Four Uunditd Avvnid*. in intuit1!!)-! c villi the *chtelulo above, arc
alao printed on eepnratc elips of pant r, and ? at h ic ei:t ii eitel in a tube, and all ?n e then
placed in another glan* oj linde r, et. Ile el Gi? Aw ?-id Cv lindi r. Ulm ev lind? rn nie both rc-'
volvt d, and a number ia t nken Iront I lie ejlihi ?rill un.l i i a l<v a boy bliml-ledtU d, npd ono I
of tho awards ia taken Dom thu Awaiti Cylinder by nd ny.hktvit?: blind-toldtd. belli <?f|
which are exhibited to the tptetator* und MU h nun.hi r will be cut iib d lb the awol d'; and
thia operation will be repeated until dCO mm:Lu a nie lttl:t n itt m thc Ni nil e i Cyhndti and
100 Awards from the Award Cylinder to spell nun bios.
Tho Commissioners will enter down each mimbi i in their loelia ns lui.in frtm thc cylin?
der numbers, and the Awarda to euell aa Ininti (rom the Await) Cv linder.
The Itu flic will take place on the day and et limit nco at Ila; hour nuuttd. 'J hire will be no
postponement whatever, nrd all the Award* inn*t i e ?Ii*11il uti d.
Certificates for Salt' at nil Itu- A?i'licle<< lifflie Association.
CoMMissioNHits- FENN l'liClt AND JAMES G1LLILAND.
For orders, addroBB L. T. i.F.VI\. agent, Main street, Columbia, S.O.*
J. P. HORBACH, General Agent, No. 147 sleeting sm ii, Chat leal on, S. C. Kept li
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION !
fjpiCKETS to tho Colicorta of tho SOUTn CAROLINA LAND AN*D IMMIGRATION ASSO
OlATION ready for salo and delivery. All orders from Hie country promptly filled. Agents
wanted for tho Counties of Lancaster, Lexington, Sp irtanburg, Greenville, Abbeville, Oco
neo audPickens. Apply to D. O A MB RI LL \St CO.,
June G General' Agents, Columbia, S. C.
THE UNIVERSAL MFE
LIBERTY STREET, ^^^^^^^^^^^^ NEW YORK.
The Original Stock Life Insurance Company of the United States.
WILi1iIA.1I WAblCKK, l?r*H?iU-nt.
HENRY J. FURBER, Yiuo-Prcsideut. .ID1IN ll. llI:\YIJKV, Secretary.
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary. K. \V. L?MUKUT.'M. D.. Mtdie.il Examiner.
THIS COMPANY offers tb? following'IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to those
about EFFECTING INSURANCE ON THEIR LIVES:
1. Insurance at Stock Rates, being from 20 to 30 per cent. leta than tho ratea charged br
2. Each Policy-holder is regarded aa a Stockholder to the extent of one Annual Premium
on his Poliay, and will Bharo in the Profits o' tho Company to tho same extent aa a Stock?
holder owning an ecpial amount of thc Capital Stool;.
3. Every Tolley iaaucu hy thc Company ia uou-furfeitable, and containa a [clauao stating ita
exa?t^ Surrender Yalue.
^Before Insuring your Life or accepting the Agency of tiny Company,
il ir. A i) T11 ic FOLLOWING!
A lengthened experience baa demonstrated that the ratea ot premium ordinarily charged
by lifo insurance companies are from twenty-five lo thirty per cent, in excise of what are ne?
cessary for a safe aud legitimate conduct of tho business. In other word?, carefully and
prudently-managed companies charging "mutual" ratea havo been able to return to their
I policy-holders from 25 to 30 per cent, of the amount charged for premiums!
When lifo insurance oumpatiius were firat organized, reliability of tho data upon which pre?
miums were constructed had not undergono test of experience, lt was thought, therefore, no
moro than common prndenco to adopt a tcabi of premiums which would, in any event, meet
all the presumod and unforeseen contingencies of" the business; As long as the matter was
involved in some doubt, it was botter to fix the rate too high than to incur tho risk of mak?
ing it too low; because, iu tbo fermer c?i>e, tho error could be easily remedied, at least in
part, by returning to tho policy-holdera, at certain intervals; auch portion of tho premium
charged as was found necessary for the purposes of tho business and tho complete security
of tho company. Experience, howover, paving B&tiafaotoiily demonstrated that these ratos
I aro oxecssive, what possible excuse eau there be for maintaining them?
Availing thornaelves of this experience, ibo Directors and Managers of the Universal Lifo
Inauranco Company, at its organization, adopte d a acale of preminms in accordance there?
with, and which has provon to bo fair and adequate, and all that waa nocousary to meet the
requirements of the business. Theao preminms aro about twenty-five per cent, lower than
i those oharge by mutual oompaneia. It also appeared, inasmuch aa tho rates so catablishod
were as near aa could possibly be determined fair rates, and not iu excess of what inauranco
has previously coat tbo policy-holders in mutual companies, that any profits arising from
prudent management justly and properly belonged lo the stockholders of tho company, for
tho risk incurred by them in undertaking the buaineas.
Experience bas shown that there aro sources of profit in the practice of tho ImaineBH which
i theory will not admit of being considered as elementa in the calculation of tho premiums.
I These results form a saving in the mortality of the nietnbi ra of a company owing to the me?
dical selection of good lives, a gain in intercut on the investments of the cftmpBny over that
aeBiimod in the calculation of it? premiums, the profit* derivable from tho lapsing and sur?
render of policies by tho membera, and from other minor sonre? a. Profits from theao sources,
in a company possessed of a calita* of $200,000, and doing a fair amount of buBineaB, would
givo to tho stockholder* dividends largely in excess of what were counted on by tho Directora
of tho Univoraal at tho lime of its organization. They havo, therefore, determined to divide
, among tho policy-holders of the company a largo purl of Ibo profits seeming from the
aonrcL-s named, all of which ha?rc heretofore been divided among Ibo stockholders. ?
The plan adopted for such diviaiou ia aa follows: livery person who may hereafter insure
with tho Universal will, for the purposes of division, bo Ircaled aa a stockholder to extent nf
ono auntial premium upon bia policy; and will ?haro in the profits nf the company td precisely
samo extent as a stockholder owning an ?qo?! amount ol tho capital *tock.
By this system of inauranco, original with tho Universal, the policy-holder socuroa tho fol?
lowing important advantage*:
1. Insurance at tho regular "aleck" rate*, requiring a primary outlay of about twenty to
thirty per cent, leas than that charged by mutual com pan II .*. ami which is t equivalent toa
j yearly "dividend" paid in advance ed that amount on mutual rate *. Thia low ce>st of inaur?
anco is worthy eif attention. Since ita organiza linn, this company baa re reived in premiums
from ita policy-holdors the tum ot $1,517.100. Ti. i ffei't Ibo name amount of instit ance in a
mutual company would have' coat them an initial mit lav of $2 OOO.Of'O By allowing ita policy?
holders to retain, in their own phtsesrion, thia excess of 148:1,000, tho Universal baa virtually
paid them a "dividend" of 1488,000. and paid lt, te.o, in advance, instead ed at tho end e.f one
or more years. It ia impossible tn find ?nv example cf a mutual company lurniuhing inaur?
anco at so low a coat by returning tn pnhrv I 1 'i i * MI i qua' amount II pim similar receipts.
2. Participation in the legitimate profit* <>' nu p.>n puny, t.p n a plan which secures to the
'pMlicy-holders ibo same tn atnie nt which ilirn-toi* unel stork li? dd rr? ?.irani tothemselves,
j This sytitom of participation, in cnnncr.tiou with thu lew "stuck" rate* of premiums, meat
necessarily secure to tho poi ic j-holder? every possible advantage te> he tieri veil from prudent
and careful ruanagome nt.
Tho low rate* of premium cotrj?el economy, and, independent of participation, guarantee
to the policy-holder lila instit ance at a rate which i* uni in exci-aaof the coat in ? eil managed
mutual companies; while, by tho ptoposcd plan ot participation in what may he- considere d
the legitimate profits of tho business, tho coat will ho ?till further diminished.
?J bus by tho combined advantages arising from low stock rate and participation in profltB,
it is confidently believed tho Univeraul Lifo Insurance Company offers inauranco al its lowest
Thoso of tho existing policy-holders vvlie? e*c*ir<- t?- participate in tho profita under the new
plan can ?lo so by making application te, the head office,'?ir lo am agentaof the company.
Tho company Ss in a sound financial condition. Ratio of aaaota to liabilities 13(1 lo 100.
Good reliable agents wanted, who will deal dire-ct with the New York office, and to whom
full general agents' commiijaiiin8?will be paid.
M. W. OAKY ami M. C. IIUTLKH,
State Superintendents of Age ncies.
Oilier on Richardson street, oppotito Columbia Rotc), Columbia. S. C. , Sept 0
Native anti Foreign Wines. ! r;, r GandyIj-QandyV , .
80?PPEBNONG, 'Concord, frauterns, CJa- j pr (\ BOXES "aaVoited.'O?KD'Y-/ulT wight
ret, Champagne-?, juat received and for 'JU and pura article. Aa Candy of light
aalo low, hy ' , E. IT OPE. | weight ia extensively sold in thia.market,
a r~iT ; ^ i purchasers will find it to thoir interest to
beogers fleer IS rure. have tho hnxes weighed before buying. We
IT don't cont:iiu Cepperua, Salt, Lime or guarantee 25 pound* in each Vox.- ?.
Alum. March ll Sept 12 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
YELL OJW_ L I N E I
.FAST FREIGHTS TO AXD?FR0J1 NORTHERN CITIES,
Via Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, North Carolina Bailroa d
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad,
and Steamers between Portsmouth and New York,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore !
THE ABOVE-NAMED RAILROADS, in con?
nection with tho Steamer Linea, having united
in forming a Fast Through Freight Line, to bo
J known aa i he YELLOW LINE, will put in opera
aass^tiom on the 4th of S. ptembcr, u FAST THROUGH
FREIGHT SCHEDULE hetwttn Columbia ?nd Anemia und the above-named Northern
cities. The attention of ?? bij?| ? th end meei vc r* of In ight in called to the following advan?
tages offered by Hie line:
.Ilia ul nu i h t en til cly nu i ni ?nd ri nt?. b> which i nt? r of in? oral te and risks of delay from
had weather mo gn u liv reduce d. Th? i <. i>- tc di ny rgo, and lid transf?rai except under cover.
Daily Steamet f wid inn bttv.etn 1 < rt?mi nth rmi Pidlimoic, Philadelphia and New York,
and heigh tr- will have prompt i?e*pat<-li.
Rates and ehiM-iti<-uiH't.> ti e H.nu- ?i- bj oilti r muli .-.
Through billa ? f IM . i r- a- givi n ind eli. in.s i i< mi Hy mjui-tid.
p?- //.I i"/; G Ot fits ii A UKI ? "17.1 YI-.LLOW J.IKE." Sa.
For further inioiu.uiieii, apply io E. P. ALEXANDER,
Snpi iinti iideid Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
E. R. DnnsKY, Genera! Fret y h I imil 'ludet A ire n t. t Sept2 ?mo
$20,?0O to foe Distributed to Ticket-Holders
IX THE COLUMBIA GO-OPERATIVE .BU1LD1X6' ASS0C1ATI0S. .
THE following PROPERTY and CASH baa been placed in thc banda of tho Truateea, John
Agnew, Sr., Maj. M-ighau und It. C. shiver, tn trust for tho benefit of tho Ticket-holders
of the above Association, te bc rieliveri d to thoko who, on the day of tho raflle, may be enti?
tled to them. The title lethe real notate han been placed in tho hands of Col. F. W.McMas
ter, Attorney at Law. uko ?iii ix miine, the ?ame abd give truo warranty deeds, free from all
encumbrance, on the day of drtttviug. The First Pitee ia the Temperance Hall, now occu?
pied on the first fluor l?y" Messrs. Loi iel? .V Lowrance. The lot ia 25 feet front on Main street,
by 2C? foot deep. The building ia 150 feet .long and two stories high. It ia now leased for
threo yearn for fl.-lOO per annum, payable monthly in advance, valued at...$15,000
Second Prize-Lot adjoining IIOXO'H Hotel, ll bet "trent, 208 feet deep, valntd at.. 1,900
Third Prize-Lot udj.icent to above, 2"?A bot front, 208 I eel deep, valued at. l,10fj
1 Caah Prize.7. 500
. . 200
2 Cash PrizCH, $100 . neb ..
?1 Oaidi friz* x, at i?ii euch.
110 Cash Prizes, at Sit) encl
2,000 Ticket*, nt $10 ? tu h ...$20.000
Ticketa univ be liad bf the General Anent. Dr. E. W. WHEELER, at Tempor?neo Hall, or
at the Music Store of Mea?!H. LvBRAND A SON. JWs.-ra. JOHN AGNEW A SON.T. M. POL?
LOCK and D. C. PEJXOTTO ?V SON.
The following gent lomen have consented tn aupi rintend the drawing: J. C. B. Smith, D. B.
Millor and Henry E Scott, in connection willi u committee ut three selected by tho Ticket
holdcra, on the dav of drawing.
Tho 10th dav hf November- tim fourth dav of the Stuto Fair-HAS BEEN SELECTED AS
TUB DAV FOR THE I) lt Ai WING, which will take place in Ti mperance Hall. Columbia, 8. C.
Ticket-holders are attained tho drawing will positively take place that day. Thc tickelB have
mut with good nute, and all who intend investing arc requested to dn ao ue carly as possible.
As the names of thc ticki.'t-hohlerH u ill bo registered in a nook which shall ho in poeees
ainu of thc Trnatcca nu thc day* of drawing, parties may feel natured that no more than
2,000 tichela will bo IgHiintl. ,
REKKUENCKS.-E. J. Scott, Sou A Co.'a Bank; Col. J. B. Palmer,Pr?sident Central National
Bauk; Citizen.V Savin ga ??ank; South Carolin* Bank and Truet Company, and W. B. G ulick.
Cashier Carolina."National bunk.
Capt. Wade L?rick, Agent in Lexington. For further particulars, address,
Sept 8 t2mo DU. K. \V. WIIEEliEK, Box 88. Columbia, 8. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FALL AND WINTER OF 1871.
THE subaoribers, Jobbers and Wholesale Dealern in tho city of Chariot-Ion, 8. C., beg to
call tho attention of the merchants of tho interior of thia and tho adjoining S tat CB to ?
thia market, aa being now one of tho moat desirable in which to procuro full supplies of all
articles they may require.
Tho wants of the country having rapidly increased, with ample facilities lo enablo na to
procure our aupplioa direct from firat banda in Europe and thia country, wo are now prepared
to exhibit more varied and complete stocka of bcasouablo GOODS than at any period since
the war, and will diepoao of them on as good terni? aa any tither market. *
"Daily facilities afforded lor shipment of gooda to any point desired."
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 124 Meeting CUANE, BOYLRTON A CO., corner Hayn?
street. and Meeting atreets.
JOHNSTON, CREWB A CO., No. 41 Uayue. KMAUSHALL & BURGE, No. 118 Meeting.
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 122 Meoting street.
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c. x
STEELE A WARDELL, No. 1C7 Mooting etmct.
Fancy Goods, Notions and Millinery.
JOHN S. FAIRLY A CO., No. 35 Hayno street. | SELL A FOSTER, No. 27 Hayno street.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
CHARLES A. LENGNICK, No. ICd Meeting street.
Boots and Shoes.
D. F. FLEMING A CO., corner Hayno and j T. M. BRISTOLL A CO.. No. 145 Moeting
Church atrecta. | atreot.
E. B. STODDARD A CO., No. 1G5 Melting atnet. .
Hats and Gaps.
THOMAS M. HOIiKLY A BRO., No. 251 EDMONDS T. BROWN, No. 43 Hasn?
nayno street. 1 alreut.
J. E. A DO ER A CO.. No. 130 Meeting el. | HART A CO., No. 30 Haync street.
C. GRAVELLY, corner Kaat Bay and Bojoe'a Wharf.
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware and Carriage Materials.
lt, THOML1NSON A CO., No. lf!7 Meeting street.
Drugs and Medicines.
GOODRICH, WIN KM AN A CO., No. 35 Hayno street.
Crockery and Glassware?. ?
WM. L. WEBB, No. 128 Meeting Btreot. *
GEO. W. WILL1AM8 A CO., corner Hayne.and Church streets.
Groceries. Liquors, &c.
J. A. QUACKENBUSH, No. 122 East Bay I W. H. CHAFEE A CO.. No. 207 East Bay
street. I atreet.
BOI.LMANN BROS., No. - Eaat Bay street.
Paints, Oils, Glass, &c.
HOLMES A CALDER, No. 205 East Bay I WM. M. BIRI) A. CO., corner East Bay an
Btrec?. I Cumberlandatroeta.
Job Printer, Stationer and Book-3eller.
EDWARD PERRY, 140 Meeting atrect.
?ype and Printing Material, Paper, Stationery, Job and Book Priiting.
Aug ll WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, 3 Broad street, and IODERBI Bay.